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Music Video: I Can Transform Ya (feat. Lil Wayne & Swizz Beatz)

Artisit: Chris Brown

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 0:00

  • Copyright: Chris Brown

Music Video For I Can Transform Ya (feat. Lil Wayne & Swizz Beatz) By Artist Chris Brown

Reviews For I Can Transform Ya (feat. Lil Wayne & Swizz Beatz) By Artist Chris Brown

  • ™JJ™

    3
    By TLGrainbowZ
    Is anyone a girl here named marrissa?
  • Pop4321

    5
    By Lal5443
    Chris brown get doing what you are doing it paids off
  • Chris Breezy

    5
    By Pink [email protected]$ jw
    I love this song. He is talented and very creative. People should just let the past be the past if you don't like him just because of what happened in 2009 you should not judge him and see all the positive things he doing now.
  • :/

    4
    By Bre 
    I came on the reviews so I could see if there was good dancing and it was a good video, but all I'm seeing is all this hate towards him because of the rihanna incident. Guys that was in the past..& they have these new songs of them singing together! So just get over it, it looks like they have..
  • letz get creative

    4
    By kingrayrayvert
    ZER0 creativity inthis video but the song is great and the chick in the red just adds a star
  • Not to hate but

    2
    By sejstone
    I don't agree with most of the things he does. What he did to Rihanna and with throwing a chair out a window or something... I don't think he of all people should be idolized. I really don't want to support him, but I love the song so.... I like the music, but I can't get past all the wrong things he has done.
  • Tyrese

    5
    By Chavi777
    Was that tyrese Gibson at the end of the video
  • HELLO people wake up

    4
    By Caty:)"
    I luv this song but it's not really a mistake that he hit rhianna I mean who does that anyway good song but maybe he has changed so for now don't be trash talking him because of that
  • Fire

    5
    By gully fressh
    This song is hot but then again it's Christ...
  • Stop hatin

    5
    By Da boiy
    Lindsey2 I'd like to see u dance or sing like that

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